Fantastic Course -Trial - ICSE 10th Civics
ICSE 10th Civics (Mitee Civics Course) i.e. Quick Tips and Flowcharts, for CIVICS Subject. The “Number I” study course for 10th Std Students.
Welcome to Mitee Course of Civics 10th Std ICSE. (Specimen).
The best way to Self-Study and Self-Experience this very interesting subject.
Here, in the trial – ICSE 10th Civics (Synopsis) you will get to understand the basic structure and methodology used thoughout the civics subject.
a) Quick Tips of Lesson 1- Union Parliament, and the other 2 are
b) Trial (specimen) of the flowcharts (also called- Mitee Charts) of The Union Parliament and
c) The India Supreme Court, sample flowchart. (Mitee Charts). The Flows charts provides (kinda-Mind Maps) for memorizing the subject, which is represented by image in a logical flow.
d) Glossary of KeyWords. Students will find Terms (Glossary) that will keep on getting highlighted through the lessons and the complete course. In this way a student will learn these important Terms by heart.
e) Most important how will the student corelate short answers and long answers to the questions from the Quick Tips and Flowcharts. Very good method to memorize.
All-in-All a enjoyable self-exploration feeling
Main Features of our course - Answers to Questions.
Short Answer Questions
Q1. Name the two types of authority in a federal setup in India?
Q2. What is the maximum strength of members of the Lok sabha
Q3. What is an Adjournment motion?
Central and State governments
It means a proposal to lay aside all other business and take up a “definite matter of urgent importance.”
How and where
How and where
Question : with reference to the composition of the Lok Sabha answer the following questions.
Q1. What is the maximum strength fixed by the constitution?
According to the constitution. Maximum Strength : 552 Elected
❶ State representation – not more than 530 members.
❷ Union Territories representation not more than 20 members
❸ Nominated – Two members of Anglo India community by the President. The Prime Minster and the Council of Ministers on the Prime Minister’s advice.
Q2. What is the Term of the House?
TERM – 5 years. (according to constitution).
⇒ Can be dissolved before the expiry of normal term – by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister.
⇒ During Proclamation of an emergency – the period of the Lok Sabha may be extended by Parliament for One Year at a time.
⇒ New Lok Sabha should be elected within Six months after the National emergency is Lifted.
Q3. What are the Qualifications needed to contest for the Lok Sabha Seat?
Qualifications for Membership.
✱ Indian Citizen (compulsory to write but will not be taken as a point)
✱ Age at least 25 years.
✱ Name should be in the electoral rolls in some part of the country.
✱ Should not be insolvent i.e. should not be in debt and have ability to meet his financial commitments.
✱ Should not hold any office of profit under the government.
✱ Should not be proclaimed criminal.
✱ Should not be unsound mind.